«Ça m’aide vraiment à apprécier la vie»: les antidépresseurs rendent-ils vraiment heureux? Lire ici

Published on: 11 Apr 2024

Dr. Gabriella Gobbi has been elected as the new President of the International College of Neuropsychopharmacology (CINP). It is a historic moment for CINP to elect its first woman President.

Published on: 5 Apr 2024

Did your ancestry or DNA test lead to a surprising discovery? Read more

Published on: 13 Mar 2024

Single dose of LSD provides immediate and lasting relief from anxiety, study says. Read more

Published on: 11 Mar 2024

microRNAs as a diagnostic and prognostic biomarker for psychiatric disorders. Read more

Published on: 11 Mar 2024

What’s Ozempic doing to our brains? Vox

Breakthrough study: Cocaine cravings reduced with special shake, hints at addiction treatment possibilities. BNN Breaking


Published on: 11 Mar 2024

Depression risks of menopause have been overstated, study finds. Read moreD

Published on: 11 Mar 2024

Dr. Brett Thombs is the successful awardee of the CPA-CAPE Alex Leighton Award 2024. The Alex Leighton Award is a joint initiative of the Canadian Psychiatric Association (CPA) and the Canadian Academy of Psychiatric Epidemiology (CAPE).

Published on: 11 Mar 2024

Decoding the effects of early life adversity on mental health. Read more

Published on: 22 Feb 2024

Dr. Cecile Rousseau has been nominated as the new Director of the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP), effective March 1, 2024.

As Director of the Division of CAP, Dr. Rousseau will work in close collaboration with the Departmental academic leadership, clinical chiefs and Research Institute Directors to manage the oversight and academic activities of the division, including education and research.

Published on: 16 Feb 2024

Dr. Delphine Raucher-Chéné for her project, entitled, Minds@Work for individuals with bipolar disorder and Dr. Kyle Greenway for his project, entitled, Ketamine as a Novel Treatment Option for Postpartum Depression: A Feasibility Case Series were each awarded $25,000 for their research projects relating to the implementation of clinical innovations in patient care. Congratulations!

Published on: 16 Feb 2024

Montreal's largest social housing project offers affordable leases to city's vulnerable. CBC

Published on: 13 Feb 2024

Comment aider un employé qui vit un épisode psychotique. Lire ici

Published on: 13 Feb 2024

Love Hurts: The Science of Heartbreak. Watch here

Published on: 13 Feb 2024

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research have released the results for the Fall 2023 Project Grant Competition. Congratulations to our researchers for their successful applications:

Dr. Mallar Chakravarty: The impact of gestational cannabis exposure on brain and behavioural development: a study spanning fetal development to adulthood

Dr. Rachel Kronick: Safer Havens: Ethnographic action research to unpack social adversity and resilience in newly arrived temporarily housed asylum seeking children and families in Quebec and Ontario

Published on: 5 Feb 2024


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